TIME TOGETHER | Women’s Bible Studies


A Heart That Can Break

by Kelly Minter

Nehemiah had to have a heart that could break so he could restore a wall that was broken. In this Bible study, Nehemiah’s heart for the oppressed, suffering and poor is a beacon of light that shines on the call of the church to be the hands and feet of Jesus. This study also addresses teamwork, integrity, generosity, truth in culture, God’s compassion, and much more.

Discover what God has put in your heart to do through the study of His Word. Let God break your heart for the lost and hurting, because a breaking heart is often what God uses to restore the broken.

On alternate weeks we will view Holy Ambition by Chip Ingram on rightnowmedia.org (sign up below for subscription). Live beyond what the Christian subculture tells you is right and holy and acceptable. The God of the universe is looking for regular people to accomplish things beyond our wildest dreams. In this series on Nehemiah 1-6, learn how God uses ordinary people to accomplish extraordinary things and the process by which He molds men and women for His purposes.

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Starts January 13

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Often named the fifth gospel, the book of the prophet Isaiah has more to say about Israel’s coming Messiah than any other Old Testament book. Brilliant, courageous, uncompromising, this prophet declared that the year of the LORD had come and God’s people needed to either step up, or stand down. Indeed, when Isaiah spoke, kings trembled.

But too often, when Isaiah speaks today, God’s people have trouble hearing. Why? We often miss the larger context. In The Epic of Eden: Isaiah, Dr. Sandra Richter takes participants back to the eighth century BCE. This ten-week study explains Israel’s religion and economy, explores the definition and role of the prophets, and helps us to apply the message of this great champion of the faith to our lives today.

How does this series work? The study involves two components. The first is a set of ten filmed, approximately 20-30 minute sessions with Dr. Sandra Richter and the second is a study guide for each of your group members. This workbook includes five individual studies per week, to be done at home. The idea is that each member will be working at home at their own pace, doing as much or as little as schedules permit and watch the video. Then once per week your group will gather to discuss the video, talk about the individual work from the week, and focus on some group discussion questions. Let the adventure begin!


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